A TRIBUTE TO BETH LEVINE – SHOE DESIGNER

Just a few of my favorite styles by Beth Levine, who designed under her husbands name (Herbert Levine). The first of these three lovely shoes is the Witty race car loafer from 1966. This shoe can be seen seen in the Dutch leather and shoe museam if you are ever in The Netherlands. I know I will definately be checking them out whenever I am in Waalwijk, if ever. The Dutch Leather and Shoe Museum presents a huge collection of shoes; from antique to contemporary.

The second shoe is the Kabuki shoe from 1964, a shoe that reminds me of quite a few of the heels without heels women are wearing nowadays by Antonio Berardi.

Lastly but not least is an amazing Paper Twist from 1966 and the with this one the name says it all. This is when design was at the beginning and not recycled. I think I have seen this style replicated a few times over the very few years I have been on earth!

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